Universal Journal of Educational Research Vol. 5(12), pp. 2196 - 2208
DOI: 10.13189/ujer.2017.051209
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Some Philosophical Paradigms in Education of Modeling and Control

László Keviczky , Csilla Bányász *
Institute of Computer Science and Control, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary


The paper discusses some interesting, mainly philosophical paradigms of the modeling and control areas, which are still partly unsolved and/or only partially studied. First the possible introduction of a prejudice free control - similar to the term for the modeling introduced by Rudi Kalman - is investigated. Next the real constraints in real control systems are discussed. It seems that these are the amplitude limit for the actuators in practical systems. Then the application of the HEISENBERG-type uncertainty relationship in control is discussed, combining the robustness of control and quality of modeling. Finally a special irregularity in the classical LQR control methodology is treated investing some unreachable poles in the anomaly. The paper constitutes a review of a few specific problems in the control theory. They are enumerated in keywords and discussed on the basis of the references. The authors aim at least to invite further authors to continue such a discussion.

Prejudice Free Control, Irregularities in Classical Control Methods, Real Constraints in Control Systems, the HEISENBERG Type Uncertainty Relation of Control

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László Keviczky , Csilla Bányász . "Some Philosophical Paradigms in Education of Modeling and Control." Universal Journal of Educational Research 5.12 (2017) 2196 - 2208. doi: 10.13189/ujer.2017.051209.